We, at HMB Engineering have been gratifying innumerable customers with matchless quality of Demister Pads. Our Company fabricates flawless industrial Demister Pads made from genuine raw materials procured from known vendors and suppliers.
These Demister Pads are used for separating mist and entrained liquid from any gas flow.
Our team of efficient and skilled experts manufacture Knitted Wire Demister Pads, which abide to International standards. We use Knitted Mesh to produce Demister Pads thus satisfies client’s requirements.
These Demister Pads are popularly known as misteliminitor, knitted wire mesh, socks, mister screen etc.
Range of Production: Demister pads can be produced in varied degree of density with 99.99% accuracy. Demister pads are essentially porous blankets of carefully knitted wire or synthetic fibers designed and constructed to efficiently abate mist particles.
Distillation columns - Improve product quality and increase throughput.
Wire Diameter: 0.35mm to 0.024mm
Tube Width: 1/4" to 42" diameter
Material: Stainless Steel, G.I., Copper, Brass, Inconal, Nicrom, Nickel, Silver, Gold, Platinum, Nylon, HOPE, Glassfibre-Stainless Steel Mix, etc.
Advantages of Demister Pads:
* Solve Emission control problems.
* Eliminates or reduces damages caused to the equipments due to corrosive liquid droplets.
* Recovery of valuable liquids.
* Improves purity of gas/vapor for further processes.
* Improves overall process economics.
* Increases process efficiency.
Evaporators - Prevent loss of valuable product which is in liquid form.
Gas Scrubbers - Improve separation of the contacting liquid to leave gas clean.
Knockout Drums - Reduce capital expense by reducing vessel dimensions.
Absorbers - Prevent loss of valuable solvents
Refinery columns - Increase product throughput, prolong catalyst usability by the reduction of metals and carbon.
Catalysts: We produce oxidation catalysts made of wire mesh whose flexibility enables a tailoring of the catalysts according to the respective application.
Catalytic Converters: Catalytic oxidation of industrial exhaust gases and exhaust air streams In: Redevelopment of waste ground, Production of sulphur. Wind modular design, Packaging.
Catalytic converter Module of a catalytic converter with metal casing.